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Inside Canyonlands

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Canyonlands National Park preserves a colorful landscape eroded into countless canyons, mesas and buttes by the Colorado River and its tributaries in southeast Utah. Join park rangers as they explore the many features of Canyonlands in this series of short videos covering a range of topics: all of which you're likely to experience first-hand when you visit the park. Each episode is available in two sizes: one for Apple TV and a smaller one for iPods.

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Canyonlands National Park preserves a colorful landscape eroded into countless canyons, mesas and buttes by the Colorado River and its tributaries in southeast Utah. Join park rangers as they explore the many features of Canyonlands in this series of short videos covering a range of topics: all of which you're likely to experience first-hand when you visit the park. Each episode is available in two sizes: one for Apple TV and a smaller one for iPods.

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These are some of the best park podcasts out there!

By YosemiteSteve - Jan 02 2009
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These video podcasts are great: great footage, great ranger, great subjects. And who doesn't love Canyonlands? It's one of the coolest places on Earth, and these short videos can really help turn you on to a lot neat stories that can be easily overlooked. Check 'em out!

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2 Ratings
Average Ratings
2
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These are some of the best park podcasts out there!

By YosemiteSteve - Jan 02 2009
Read more
These video podcasts are great: great footage, great ranger, great subjects. And who doesn't love Canyonlands? It's one of the coolest places on Earth, and these short videos can really help turn you on to a lot neat stories that can be easily overlooked. Check 'em out!
Cover image of Inside Canyonlands

Inside Canyonlands

Updated 12 days ago

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Canyonlands National Park preserves a colorful landscape eroded into countless canyons, mesas and buttes by the Colorado River and its tributaries in southeast Utah. Join park rangers as they explore the many features of Canyonlands in this series of short videos covering a range of topics: all of which you're likely to experience first-hand when you visit the park. Each episode is available in two sizes: one for Apple TV and a smaller one for iPods.

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Rank #1: Bighorn Sheep (for Apple TV)

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Once faced with extinction, the desert bighorn sheep has made a remarkable comeback in southeast Utah thanks to native herds protected in Canyonlands. Join ranger Karen Henker for an in-depth look at this intriguing mammal that is perfectly to the high desert environment.
Dec 17 2008
3 mins
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Rank #2: Bighorn Sheep (for iPod)

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Once faced with extinction, the desert bighorn sheep has made a remarkable comeback in southeast Utah thanks to native herds protected in Canyonlands. Join ranger Karen Henker for an in-depth look at this intriguing mammal that is perfectly to the high desert environment.
Dec 17 2008
3 mins
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Rank #3: Cowboys (for iPod)

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Cowboys hold a special place in the history of the American West. Join ranger Karen Henker for a closer look at the challenges they faced here in Canyonlands.
Aug 13 2008
4 mins
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Rank #4: Cowboys (for Apple TV)

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Cowboys hold a special place in the history of the American West. Join ranger Karen Henker for a closer look at the challenges they faced here in Canyonlands.
Aug 13 2008
4 mins
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Rank #5: Ancestral Puebloans (for iPod)

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The ancestral Puebloans were some of the first farmers in the American Southwest. Join ranger Karen Henker for a brief look at their lifestyle, as well as the art and architecture they left behind.
Apr 01 2008
4 mins
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Rank #6: The Utah Juniper (for Apple TV)

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One of the most common trees in the American southwest, the Utah Juniper is well suited to life in the desert. Join ranger Karen Henker for a quick summary of its unique adaptations.
Apr 01 2008
2 mins
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Rank #7: Potholes (for Apple TV)

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Throughout Canyonlands, naturally occurring sandstone basins called potholes form tiny ecosystems inhabited by a surprising collection of animals. Join ranger Karen Henker for an introduction to these animals and some their remarkable adaptations.
Apr 01 2008
4 mins
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Rank #8: Biological Soil Crust (for Apple TV)

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Biological Soil Crust is a living groundcover that forms the foundation of plant life in Canyonlands and the surrounding area. Join ranger Karen Henker for an in-depth look at this critical - and fragile - component of the high desert ecosystem.
Apr 01 2008
3 mins
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Rank #9: Hunter-Gatherers (for Apple TV)

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People have visited what is now Canyonlands National Park for over 10,000 years. Over time, many different groups have moved in and out of the area in concert with the availability of natural resources and the technology for exploiting those resources. Join ranger Karen Henker for a look at one of the earliest groups: hunter-gatherers.
Apr 01 2008
4 mins
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Rank #10: Ancestral Puebloans (for Apple TV)

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The ancestral Puebloans were some of the first farmers in the American Southwest. Join ranger Karen Henker for a brief look at their lifestyle, as well as the art and architecture they left behind.
Apr 01 2008
4 mins
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